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News 2019 / 2020

The Wath Salon 2018

Some of our members had prints or images selected for the Wath Salon in 2018, You can view some of the projected images and the print images by clicking on the link below.

Wath Salon

The Taylor Trophy Competition 2018/19

The Taylor Trophy Competition is open to both prints and projected images, each print or image is scored out of twenty, we have introduced some new categories this year to further enhance our members capabilities.

The competition is for four prints or images from six categories, Studio Portrait, Flora, Fauna, Altered Reality / Creative,   Sport or Photojournalism.

Paul Harrison won the projected images section with a total score of 74 points, Melissa J Harvey won the print section with a total score of 65 points.

The judge was Christine Hodgson.

You can view all the projected images and the print images by clicking on the link below.

Taylor Trophy Competition

               The W E Gundill Challenge Trophy 2018/19

On Monday the 10th the judges comments and scoring on the entries for the W E Gundill Challenge Trophy took place for the most prestigious trophy in the club.

There where 20 panels of 4 images from 20 members on a theme or subject of the authors own choosing, on the night the panel of 4 images was projected first, then each image was projected individually so the judge could make his comments and score each panel out 40.

The winner was Paul Harrison his set of images scored 74, well done Paul, the judge was John Atkinson of Bradford..

Please click on the link below to view the winning panel

Gundill Trophy

YPU Exhibition 2019

A number of members entered the YPU exhibition, Three had an entry accepted, Geoff Nappey's Print Don't Call Me a Cheat, Paul Harrison's Print Cuillins was displayed at Bingley, and Debbie Clough Image of Tyler was accepted

YPU Acceptances

           Photographic Exibition

The club currently have an exhibition of members prints on display in the foyer of Dewsbury Town Hall.

The exhibition is on until the end of October, some 45 prints are hung on the walls, The town hall is open to the public from 8.30am to 18.00pm.

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